Milan bribe prosecutor seeks to probe foreign bank accounts

Conti, Samantha
October 1996
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;10/17/1996, Vol. 172 Issue 74, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on Milan bribe prosecutor Elio Ramondini's motion to investigate the Swiss authorities, who administer the banks in Italy, concerning the money in the bank accounts and the transactions that took place during the period when Italy's tax police were conducting audits in the fashion sector. Involvement of Gianfranco Ferre; Mariuccia Mandelli, and Santo Versace in the bribery case.


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